Preaching That Moves People: How To Get Down the Mountain of Your Messages with Maximum Impact 1st Edition
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- Matt Chandler, Lead Teaching Pastor, The Village Church, Dallas, Author of The Explicit Gospel
"The best preachers love the process as well as the content of communication. Yancey Arrington is one of those, as is well demonstrated in this helpful book on the effective delivery and pace of a sermon that takes into account the 'necessities and capacities' of modern listeners."
- Bryan Chapell, Pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church, Peoria, former chancellor of Covenant Theological Seminary, and Author of Christ-Centered Preaching
"There are a ton of books on preaching out there, but most of them deal primarily with how to prepare and write a sermon. Yancey has written a book that is unique in that it clearly walks through the actual delivery of the sermon -- how are you going to say it to your people in a way that moves them? This is a great resource for anyone who preaches or aspires to preach. I highly recommend it!"
- Matt Carter, Pastor of Preaching and Vision, Austin Stone Community Church, Austin, Author of Steal Away Home
"Christ-centered, community-forming, and neighbor-loving sermons. Among the many books written to help preachers refine this skill, Yancey has written one of the better ones. I highly recommend Preaching that Moves People to all current and aspiring preachers. I trust that as you work through this volume, you too will be moved."
- Scott Sauls, Christ Presbyterian Church, Nashville, and Author of From Weakness to Strength
"We need more resources on effective sermon delivery, especially from those that have a conviction about Christ-centered expository preaching. And here's one! Yancey speaks as a scholar (aware of the discussions on preaching) and as a practitioner (engaged in the regular grind of pastoral preaching). As I read Preaching that Moves People, I reflected on several conversations that I've had recently with young pastors.Several have talked to me about how their preaching can come across as dry and academic. How can they fix this? They don't want to sacrifice their commitment to substantive exposition. Yancey shows us how to avoid this problem - how we can be both engaging and thoroughly biblical. I wholeheartedly recommend it!"
- Tony Merida, Pastor for Preaching and Vision of Imago Dei Church, Raleigh, former Associate Professor of Preaching at Southeastern Seminary, and Author of The Christ-Centered Expositor
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After blasting through the book, I immediately bought 4 more to give to leaders in my church, needless to say I highly recommend giving it a read.
The one gaping hole in my library has been a practical book that gets into the nitty gritty of preparing and delivering a sermon that people will actually want to listen to. That’s why I was so thrilled as I read this book. Arrington avoids the common pitfall of trying to conform the reader into himself with principles broad enough to apply to any theological tradition and narrow enough to be applied to any specific preacher. This book is accessible for young preachers who are just finding their voice and contains plenty of insight for experienced preachers with decades of experience under their belt.
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For those who have been called by the Lord to preach, I think you would get more return on your money from books on preaching by Tim Keller, Martyn Lloyd-Jones, Haddon Robinson, Craig Larson, Warren Wiersbe, Bryan Chapell, or Darrell Johnson than this book.